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Wildnote Wins Sustainability Award at the 2018 Cleantech Open Regional Showcase Imaginative people and their cool companies are creating innovative technologies to reshape the harsh reality of our global environmental issues with air, water, food, energy, transportation, waste, and climate…Click Me
Wildnote Delivers Ready-to-Use Cultural Resources Management Forms and Exports
Calling all Cultural Resources Managers and field staff (aka shovelbums): Wildnote has just released a suite of 48 CRM forms and exports that can ease your evolution into digital recording and reporting. We believe that just because you record the past,…Click Me
US Army Corps Wetland Forms for All Regions Are Ready!
Okay wetland scientists, restoration ecologists, environmental resource managers, environmental project managers, permitting specialists, mitigation bankers, and anyone else doing the hard work of delineating our nation’s wetlands – Wildnote has just released the USACE Wetland Determination Data Forms (and exact exports)…Click Me
Wildnote Updates: Bird Nest Monitoring and More
Here at Wildnote, our team is continuously seeking input from our clients to make our software what you need it to be, not what we think you need it to be. We enjoy getting to know you in order to…Click Me
Wildnote Makes Tedious Government Forms a Little Bit Easier
As a tech company that loves the environment and those who care for it, Wildnote is adding a Government Agency Required-Form Export feature to make your work easier. We started with the USACE Wetland Data Determination Form and will soon tackle…Click Me
Three Easy Ways to Export Your Photos in Wildnote
One of the most helpful features Wildnote offers is our robust photo management. We’ve listened to our customers, and developed an understanding of your frustrations associated with project photo management – the precious hours taken in associating photos with reports,…Click Me
Wildnote Connections Blog
The Wildnote Connections blog highlights good people doing good work in the environmental community. Like a healthy ecosystem, when people and groups connect, the network grows stronger and more productive. Back to Wildnote Home Page.